Natural Kitchen

Shopping, Off licences Marylebone
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Natural Kitchen
Natural Kitchen
Marylebone's classiest grocer's shop, (and they have a Waitrose!) Natural Kitchen sells an excellent standard of fresh produce, sourced as locally as possible to the airy, rustic premises. It's worth a trip for the butchery alone - brought in three times a week from a Kentish farm - though (unsurprisingly considering the catchment area here), it'll cost you.  


Venue name: Natural Kitchen
Address: 77-78 Marylebone High Street
Opening hours: Open 8am-8pm Mon-Fri; 9am-7pm Sat; 9am-6pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Baker Street tube
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Yilly P

Visited the Waterloo branch deli for lunch after a few people at work had mentioned it.

I got a salad box with fish for £8.75 - so not the cheapest, but it was extremely tasty!  I also tried the quinoa and pear muffin (£2.95) which was also very good.  

I would definitely go back - and I wouldn't mind trying the restaurant, which seemed extremely busy ... 

Vishaal V

Two main offerings - food/drink to sit down and have, and also a supermarket style offering of ingredients. The food to eat in/take away is very healthy and mostly tasty. I particularly recommend the salad boxes, that I have for lunch on a regular basis. There are a selection of 7-8 salads that you can choose, and it is definitely a cut above normal salads. Though also slightly more expensive. 

The supermarket offering is certainly different to a typical supermarket experience in that the items available are very unusual (usually healthy / organic / free from things such as gluten). This is can be great but unlikely to replace your shop for daily groceries - more of a supplement to your regular shopping. Also somewhat expensive items. 


Great place for a quick and healthy lunch. I had the meal deal (which although sharing the same name as a Boots cut price lunch couldn't have been more different). A huge slab of salmon along with a plate piled high with a variety of mouth-watering salads came in at under £10. A large selection of non perishable foods to take away were also available. Wish I could afford to do my weekly shop here, it's beautiful!